Wedding guests gather in a candlelit room. Beneath a prayer rug, the groom places his ring on the bride’s finger. A Dutch realist painter, Jozef Israëls is often compared to Jean-François Millet, both of whom expressed sympathy for the poor and humble. Jewish Wedding is one of his late works, its gold cast and delicate chiaroscuro recalling his youthful enthusiasm for Rembrandt.
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Jozef Israels : “Jewish Wedding” (1903)
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